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Onr Watch and Jewelry Repairing Department*  Are A i*r;we owly ��tsipIoy tlie t��^t mtwkmtn.   HMl tmlzm mmv*  owr prompt sutemfcw.   l)on*Hbjrg��t Ihi? |ibce  -   ���  ���  *.  DOVER'S." TH E  Nelson, British Cotiiitfbia  JEWELER"  ^*fr��������#��<Hfr����*����4MH^^  >il  ���^    } LSON ECONOMIST  ���^(- ����� ��� ������*/���' .^^TM>^^^��Jt.iw-^>��fc��^����<J^f*M����w����li��f��<*ML����*i>��.^i<jw^.w��.r��..ilii mn^jwviii.*-.*.������a^.^.,^,,^^..^^/iVh-��� Mf��m .i..  VOL. IH.  NKLSOX, B. C. WEDNESDAY. MAY 23,  1900.  NO. 45  \h*tt\fe-A-Ji<Ai*-y��Mm /-o    ' At-y  Where They Stand,  *M�� <M>ttftlMttfM*  The following pargraphs are from the election ad*  I'iu-^es of the three candidates. They are repub-  :>ht'd, .viihfil the public may know where each can-  ,;>i,.uc Mauds on the eight-hour' day :  I if. Caii. II. Hall ���  *Vhe  principle of eight  hours constituting a legal  ,Lv\ woik  should  be recognized and strictly en-  * i*  J, f     \       ��-   1    *    A  C  Mr, 'Frank Fletcher���  U*uh regard to the eight-hour law. I am opposed to  ,'iv change in the tow as it "now stands.  Mr. jM*n Hott-glfti)"  lV*mvc, n*��t negative, laws should only he passed,  I j th'.- principle ��>f a law is -good, the law should he  '���:VrrmV. ThV eight-hour day for men working tin-  ^rru:ou?id in mctalUfcrous mine* is now generally  -...'vpted an legislation its the right direction. I would  ��.;>;**���<��� any legislation that would repealthe penalty  < \\\\^\ or in anv other way impair the effectiveness of  Mir hw as it  now .stands,  'pu^MORKONV, May 34, Britons the world over  * will edebralc the eight-second anniversary oi  :V birth <>f Her (irn^ous Majesty Umcn Victoria.  !>n:iny: the intervening year since the last cele-  '��:.*:ion evciiH have transpired which make the celc-  ''iLiiion uf to-morrow one ol more than usual interest.  Wtojh in her declining years has had a practical  ���iemonMratinn of thelovaltv of her subjects in their  'ittamimis offers of assistance for the preservation 01  ���hyuitvand integrity of the Empire. It can be  -.inthsully .said that at no time during her beneficent  :oi<<n has ihe Queen occupied so warm a place in the  u.uu ���t her people as now. The trials through  ^ hieh the nation' is now passing only served to bring  -ot those grand qualities which make Her Majesty  ������vim more than .impress* It is therefore more than  displ.iv that prompts British subjects to rever-  *"   "' * ���������*      *  "God Save  V J "��!  1 . J ��."���   4  >11 i c  ���'iuly uncover to. the inspiring;���' ;wc  '.he Queen,  Ot  ��*  ��>  **w  TiiKR"ij"is a great deal of talk these days of the part  ���..rKiu.fecd labor will play in the forthcoming eiecuon:  Xo doubt labor is organized as it has never been   *-  i..iv in British Columbia, or in any  Province -m -tne  Dominion, for that matter.   But will organised   abor  vole together, is the great.- question^ and will   it  remember its friends' ?    No man inj Canada lias shown  more IrientbUipfor organized labor than   Hon- ���-��-���  11. Mackintosh, the candidate in   Rossland distnet.-  l;or rears he published a paper at Ottawa, ami 'w .  ���uher papers in the capital city waged a constant w��  larc- against the Tyvographical Union,   Mr. i: at  I OS  h recogniiedit, employing only union men in  establishment. Moreover, organized labor always relied upon Mr, Mackintosh to champion their cause in  and out of Parliament. In those days a union man  looked with suspicion upon a lawyer ; but now Mr.  Mackintosh, the tried aud true friend of labor, is running against a lawyer in a district where organized  labor has the deciding vote. It will be a case of flagrant ingratitude on the part of union men if they  throw their weight against a man who in the past  has championed their cause.  For the next three weeks politics will be the sole  topic of conversation in British Columbia. Men who  have hitherto borne blameless lives in a moment, of.  weakness have succumbed to the importunities of  their friends to save the country by becoming candi-,  dates for the Legislature, and now they find that  evety :ct in their lives is being construed to their disadvantage. Why is it that the moment a man offers  himself as a candidate for office he is regarded as an  object of suspicion? Is integrity incompatible with  public life ?  While Hon. Joseph Martin is going around the  country promising railways to every district, he appears to have overlooked the fact that the Provincial  Government is in arrears for two years' subscription  to Thk Economist. '  t  Hon, Joseph Martin arrived at Victoria on Friday evening last, after his extended tour through the  Mainland of the Province. " Early in the day posters  were distributed broadcast throughout the city, announcing the fact that the Premier would return by  the evening boat and that a baud would be on hand to  meet him. A request was also smade to the Martin  supporters to assemble at the wharf and give the Premier a rousing reception When the steamer approached there was an immense throng of humanity  huddled together awaiting his arrival. In addition to  the members of the government ticket in Victoria,  there were present Donald Fraser? the Martin candidate of Esquimalt, with his luxuriant growth of misfit whiskers, four or five hundred small boys, numerous Indians andXhiuamen, and a fe  who were celebrating the relief of Mafeking. A procession li tied up composed of two carriages containing  the Premier, Messrs. Yates, Brown, Hanna, McMillan  and Lord Baltimore. Following were two express  waoons containing the small boys. The procession  proceeded to the government committee rooms, where  n few of the faithful assembled Without doubt there  were not twenty-five Martin, voters to greet the Prefer    Mr, Martin  had   not heard of  the relief   of  jsSKj  "'A I  ?!><"  - .   ^n!  jTi'"  % 11J j     f  , Ml:"  '"Y.  I   r.  \i '���  tr - -  ;  *       *���    r  1�� t     ��  I' *.  I   l    **  I'   '  ''*  Si. r  'I '  !���  ,?  hi.  , ,     mr rm ���*" " ���"' ���" ���"���"���"  J   .1',   Ir^rTmT'-l��  V   !���)..-    ���">  1  y.~i    **.    U>1��      (T  ^.W* ^k      I     L    )  1     I ^~��*��"H  - 't  I ���'*  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  m  ilfP  ���ir  ;;;Mafefcin^^^  :;;that the: celebrate  The Fifth: Regimen't,.' headed ������By, -U^-ba^  :Streets;a.nd;lined'^  ���mlttee;:;^  :M^hilli|^::;aiid:^  ;\?astc^hcM^^  atiFictbriiu/^^ V'/'"';':';'^  ��<:,  istarked;!^  ;u^i;ltt;';;0  ���ir  * ... .';  &.hu*   .^'.HttMH1 "'....^..-; <������....�����^.^-~'j^rinriiim'��Wf^Hin  ^.yyl^  :;a.s;.ks.r  :;lmx!Bease;M  fi,-..;.  r. tyX,T���uk\<T^^&, . ^..-w^Atoro^'^w, . ���  *****��$>*��>>���.** i- <*W;>W*fm^-W'nmM**l*iit  y ��� :;���; Thb1; tlireevCaikU  .;are>$ati$^  d%;,y^^  ;;bel ieyes ��� the: vote .,w^  ;;;who:;f^  :date^;.thi^  v;^:;',G^  ";v;V'i?"&'.^^  ���yWrtlr;:^  '���,;are:;oC:;y  ;'Q��st��l^^^^  :;#fi^^  , <ii:^r'x^WWi'':-W*i*wy ;^ V^rttV***"-  ������rtw." WtfouwUMltfr   ^W*<<*Mj>iWI*��M����<rii^��*##tHi*''ir..wi<i' >MiitoW-JMKW  ^TiiisliiM^  /Krovid^^  ^Govetrt^  ���venier^  ;a; Government ;dffice-;du^  ���wb&tvcafebes. T^  (       . mP ' ...... . t ....... .,  eutca^  ;.;l>caoe*r  wos^lf;^  ������^tivv^i^Ai^ii^ai^.-^ ���  ,;Coal Co;'; was jir.^  timrnewaite;;.^ :\q:.. Nelson-.  .���������duringan;'.'electi.OTrcainpajgi.i/y':;;, ;;'������,.-���: ������;;���,V'-;.; ,���;���;; ���  ;;:;.;;::;MM,^1:EatoiiyH  ������pb'Ibsop!^  ���tb'riatbrim  'ioeXe^  Jevd.ed; ciow^tht.yri^ Jii^  ' inches/,'".    "������ :'',;V-;:''.'':;'':'-'��� :'.v-;: ^-'w^v:;^ ;  ��UifttMM4ftKW��MJ)M4v tfWA.', i;ti ,'-':biW^itrr^.>,*,'.-i;i.,^V3Wlir5i.;^^,^  <���*+*���  ���.-r MviMvMI'~MfWM.> '.W*> W*.*MV  ;Cana<ky:comme��&d  ;stead:.In.-.Qatarid.*''which;.he'.**c1eared; by.-��� his'ow'ii> per-,  whether Mr. Fletcher��� W0rked;eight ''hours���'a-''day or  over, "������ -        V'-:'. y ������ '���������.'������'���.���:;  tif>ned tiiatma:^  ��� J&.ik--iVL.X\-tf:Ji&ir.-iit*aHtifc ���   ^^ti^^^ari.^vi4c*^M��v*(Wtf/*f)*.,'1  ;,:T'ii>r '-travel; lm^  crease* :'    .���.-������ ���������...:.      ,,/��� ':;'-t,:\t:^^':.:^^y:>^^^;^>\;;y":;,:'By^-y:'';  it.'-WwftWMie-'-^^iWft.-  v.;.;:GANA0A:\:,is -rapidly' -'.deveibping into''''-a'-".."tobacco^  'growiiig..y;couiitry.-\.':Gve.r.: '2,500,000;. pounds. o'rv'the  weed:were. grown ''in the i.)omi.nion;last/y^r.:  o...' The- C. -p. .R.' will build.. a   new: railway  bridge  actOK*h..the/Red'Riyer.at Winnipeg''io  lake, the -.placiV  of the-'oiie at present used.,;'  ' -: W i.T!iou% dmign j tig ������ to ��� l%y ��� fectlfci#,y ^  .mark't.lpc :fhe.relievinf;::p  M-afekiing^v.'wbcrtyH-tc^h^  :^*-^vw��ifl*sirfl��4Bs*4fl. swsw*r��*w,*fWW^-J  :. .Hvdkaulic nimers have a ' theory more' or le^s-  borne our by experience, that 'when' a gold-bearing  stream forks ���into two or more branches the source of  the gold is more often* found ur the rifht haiicl  branch.  _. ,*Accorm&ti. to "aii 'exchange; :t'b..e'��� tl��rifvlii;ve'.iii'''fe^i  ; got bold of-.a. genuine. case: ���' of cru.*^  :Brui.Hh.;sp!dier.s,:: . AV'Jiat.they''couiplaiii''.ofl5';.:'.1:bat.'.'������ tlve  High.landers should:have. I>ee.n 'ohterett.- to '���������play -tlie  bagpipes, within six-miles'; ol^:BIc^lufonieiu. ���'���. TiH$'-..fe'  w-hy the ihzs: State ^capital: capita hi ted/: ���' wit hoiHya'  struggle.' They ibought' Kt>'t)eru.:}iad /nothing; wor^e  with ItiroUi'an Ivddite;* ���������������-. ���"������.''���::-'-  i.:.-f'.-��-��v- >i :H*.; L-.*Z;-A-~-::*\' '.Nf'.'ij.t.-t -jiKtewi��f|livawWi��tolW.-ifa��wvtw  Sara Bernhardt is giving a series of matinees in  her Paris'theatre, at wbieh assisted by other-actors,  she recites ancient and modern poetry, for the benefit  of poor students.  Sir ��� Hkn'rv Ikvinc;  celebrated   his sixty-second  birthday  while  in  St..   Louis,    The   occasion   wan  'It is nbt flattery' tp-'say-'thajt citwriS" of all ..religious  denominations regret : Rev;, Mr.' Rob$orrrs -tlepar'ture  ���Irons Nelson. ���.":'������'.���        ���       ���  ... TitKkK.iia grain ofwisdom i.U/the  following/from  the Fort Steele Prmpt^tor ;    ;*T he re is  no :"ttse"deuy--  ing the fact that men who have 'money, to; invest, will '  redim to invest unless the  conditions  are: favorable,  and when money  is  withheld   from investment  the  country and all the people are bound to suder,    This  r*\t.  is the  condition   of a flairs  in  this   Province,    nie  Id  &  _...   j    ���    !���  L.^,-������f��Fsgf^S5ii> ��� <i  ���   ^   mr  ��t��  "ir-  .��.'  ii THE NELSON ECONOMIST  can  chaotic political situation is such that investors  tint >\m\ will not invest, and until a strong capable  government is in control of the affairs of this -Province von will not be able to induce capital to invest/'  i  in  HfUMH*  bMNMMt-9  Tin-:   Toronto   Tehtjntm    has     the     following:  ������Time  was when   the qualities of the lion  were  ' .-mblemuticof the  genius  which  adorned   the high  Ha>.vs     in     the     legal     profession.     That    day  ins ended.    The bench has claimed some gre*t law-  wi< ol the old school.    Some kw linger at the bar,  v,u tntMlern business conditions are developing a new  ���>pe-uf  lawyer,   Solicitorships are the prizes most  ���.aUmI by the lawyers of the new school. These prizes  .���n��' largely in the gift - of corporations.    The lawyer  ���'.h"Ntf  professional iife i* one long grab for money  ;.��n��l   winning solktomhips will not l>e as useful to his  /--.���unity cither in Parliament or on the bench as the  -.:ieat hi wvers \* hose names are remembered.   Canada  ���in* hid  .-me! $lili  lu*npeit judges.   'These judges  .������.\<-:e the products of professional conditions which are  ������/*m dt*;ippcariuj;.    The modern  lawyer it? becoming  ���:\.<*h* aitd mor-ti the pet fox of capital. 'The country  v, ill   realize-that the legal profession is changing for  ���::��.* worse  when vacancies on the bench have to be  r.Ilvd bv lawvcra of the new school "  For the present  an acute stage, and there is a reasonable prospect  tiat all conflicting interests will be reconciled through  the good sense of the miners and mineownere. The'  other propositions in the several platforms promulgated for the edification of the voters are litte more than  mere platitudes. The introduction of federal lines  into local politics has ceased to be a serious proposal.  I his leaves the single question of constitutional government as the vital issue. The contest is between  Martinism and anti-Martin ism."  Rklations between Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes  and James Dunsmuir, the cool baron, appear to  be somewhat strained these days. Mr. Dunsmuir  evidently believes that Mr. Mclnnes when dealing  with political history is somewhat prone to distort  facts.  The present election act is another instance of Joseph Martin's bungling. He apparently adds amendments to acts without the slightest knowledge of the  provisions of tlie statutes already in  force. J&t he  calls himself a lawyer.  U.K.Wki/ht jftiMKaUTJ1**  I��k. 11 Atx can swallow Joseph  Martin's  platform,  ^��'it Jul** no* yet announced if he is,prepared  to swal-  ���'"W !?>��.* with it.  -.,M > '     -im>-t*M.  A J.U'Anksk has carved a'wooden statue of him-  *: ^i bid ike that when placed side bv sldt it is im-  ^ibic tn tell which is which* There are lots of  "': in tln\ countrv who think like a wooden man.  ���<. i|����WiMir<MV��'  "j>kai�� to tlie World," with Joe Martin in the  ���.;< ..dint; ioIc. will be produced in Victoria on the  "������v-'nini* <5f Jniu: \)\\\,  j   +.bq&\***H*\ l     **frV*<v**.Wfm-  Hikkh is a growing feeling among British Colum-  "'U Conservatives that the Victoria Cohmisi has  x;.iM'd in  reflect   the   aims  and  aspirations of  that  I   !    V  'l'��n-:      <V��?ii'jf     expresses      itself   as    follows:  ".Mi. (-5 union Hunter  gave a very happy definition  '<' the .issue 'in the pending election: when . he 'said  [ was. not whether we should- have government own-  ��� s''Hp . <>f the, railways, but whether we should haye  ���yivate ownership of govermeut'   There is really not  ���Discussing the Government's refusal to investigate  election fraud in West Huron  and Brockville, E. B.  Osier said:    *'What a wonderful array we  have  had  of technical defences of frauds.  It is perfectly matvel-  lous to fmd one lawyer after another  on  the Government side getting up and quoting from law books and  law cases, as ii they were arguing to defend a criminal    They are  arguing   to  defend  not merely one  criminal, but many criminals; these criminals are having very strong and very able advocates in the members of the Government and   their  supporters.    We  are not here, I take it, to discuss mere technicalities,  or how one man can protect another from the penal-"  ties   of   his fraud.    We are here, I take it, toJt>riug  criminals to justice.    All the speeches of members of  the Government and their supporters  have  been  for  the purpose of whitewashing criminals ; but they  are  not succeeding.    That there hns been  election  fraud  committed, not one member of the Government nor  one of their followers will deny.    All they are trying  to do is to shield these criminals and to shield   themselves from the penalty they will have to pay at the  next  election,   for having  aided and abetted these  criminals,r?  ���?m.  iC  niuch ' else worth talking'about,in this contest; ���'11  : v^nnnent railway plank, on which both Mr. Martin  rJd. Mr. .AVilson -stand, 'will br?ak down, of its  ,,vv'�� weight. It is like a badly .constructed bridge  ?bat.ralls because', of/n structural defect before there;  h;ls been any traffic on -it; The matter of Oriental  ,,M,��igration. is; as ! we pointed out yesterday, not a  ;<al issue, because there are not two sides to it.  1 lu* Dominion government has taken the alien  r**-lusion   law   out of the  way   by disallowing it.  Admiral Dewey has committed political suicide  otiti will never be considered as a candidate for the  Presidency of the United States. In a brief address  before the University Club of St. Louis recently ��� he  ���indiscreetly' said : " We can whip any nation in the  world except England, and England is our best  friend."      ��� ,>-f-//;..:';-  Tins is the eighty-first anniversary of Her Majesty's birth, not eighty-second, as is erroneously stated  in an article on page 3. -  **  HI  ���"��*',  *" 'fctfS  mmm  ��� ��- >y u ��������  ��- n 6  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  Wt;tl  li-  m  ,,.(j  ,n .   ., .  I'T :;IS/;Tetiiarked: by;;; ao/yA r^  ,:uy//;jhis^  : emphatiG:;taam  :ata;':W,;C.c:Ty^  .frauchfee and:;other ^m  ;^;.free;;Womaiiy  tural^  ,ihe;-;/:;d.t$^  ;;tmmber$; df ;^^  /diiionaiyplace  :>to':;iri^  rhot*;;aiid;;ra^  ^nwoiirbem^  ;wmnenm^  /b��wbi^  ''fMnya^vbu  ;1nvth^hi^  ;i^/lia.rdiyya;'lii#'/o;f  :y\vbin&:.$  ;:cip4ble'/of;.doin  /hess'//lilies^  in to:-1 be- ar ts;a iid: professions, : ffiid/: wit b.''': the' pjug nm iy ���  ./*j*y^uis^ ::....;*./ ' ;:.,;;  7:w'?^^ domestic.  ::seryic^;; will become;abb  ; may .undertake Ao make a -clean sweep of every avenue,  ���'pf.emplayiiieiititt  'tnak'ui^ working'irV. foundries.'  ���..She";/' has '^already/yen^  shoes' horses.V-.-Sbe; pulls'teeth with "the ���������utmost; stony:  :;c6-alau^  :';d6pmedj-,so;;/.Tarras'��� about '90 per ycenl.'.-bf. :the;oocupay'  .tions'are concerned.,.-.; A/.Utile more.-train ing; will put,.  thousands; of women in* skilled, .handicrafts, .and the  proass'willxontiuuejust so:- long;.-as' women can i*e  ���had at. lower'wages. '.'So- soon as woman strikes* she.  .may/as well.throw up. the, sponge,' so .'to'. speak.'., In  the meantime, women will continue the tils placement  of men, regardless of the effect; of regular.-.work for  which she was not originally equipped. Even il her  nervous system is wrecked, she. will-go on. until- t he-  vast, supply of the new economic factor will demoralize  the labor market and wages .will fall.to a figure  which may only accomodate beings who can live on  food sufficient to sustain a'rat. or a mouse.���   " ���-  In the present heyday of women's ambition to occupy the professional and--non-professional .in labor  fields, it is useless to argue with them. Men may as  well prepare for the change. It may be that a good  scheme would be;to marry and let them support the  family outfit. Men have .generally ��� performed this  function for a good many centuries, They might  take a little innocent advantage  of woman's passion  ;for; work/and  ��� creatures get^tired;of the  But/./the^  ;C0niplet^  -.���iwayvnp  ;Th.^'-pr&en  ������curc;.;:.;::Ghlvr:C0^  ��� :'���'.  *�����. -1' '���,���'*".������".       .',���:��-''        ..'��� ,���...,���'.'   ''.?.���������  :\   '.'������; y .���.''''/��� 1 '������������,���'*. ����� '������.;��� ���������������������.���>".    * ' *'' '���'> ��� \  ', imm<"i'wm**>****#*  ,;';;';'���-^  ;:;-Stutt;^>; insisted;; ;by;;S^  ���yl^#use;S^  ���y.hott^;; ./;Mr,/M  y.^nitnmii&  /:n0t,1:mj^  /-..Atonemerit- a$,thej|be^fc  .y-vorabte^  ;/l>etfe  , >i^^jii*(iywwif*��,vawj��w:��pyt:t'.  ::'::;y^rirEl:n,gtiiplr  ���'QjJeW'I^  ���should  are/ofpc^  of;the'.!iiM  ;tfcut.arly,;yiw^  'rec;itiiiious;;art not hv;'it!fc;y-^i*^  'feaibr��,!ofih^  ���. jart.*Mwva��:>'(*,i.'V��sp,v��yir*-- ���  .;/���';.ireiaiKi'^  ;:Mis& .;fda:.-;|la.ker>y:howtver;y  I^'tti.'/sfK^ks o'f one' c>f tlit^un^rowiied^-  Jand,;-, ���'Thciltle-ls^Pn  .-,**A.PriVm*?.:1"* 'th^y/^ild'*;-^/";/        ;i;;;y'y:?W^:>:Mt:^-  -.ylii"tbi! 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A'tut/l .Wi|.i*.':hl*l *|t$fj���*-jf'i, / .���VZ-.y^v.^v'-^y'^-vV'^-'-V:"^  "'/'���''     '���' I.fi*n'��� f^iat��*"Nf?''�������*ct��      .;/:   ;;V;:;���''''';;���;::;���;������: ;i5'S'^;'-v-<:--;:/j\ ;.',.  ���.- -A^.'i*vc?r'wm bii\U/'to'th'^.-lilfb.t..*.;��� ���' ���//;��� '������-��� ��� '���;������/;-'v^SS.'-J  /.With .'font little d^im;:;:y':';;';.'';/;cyy;;^ '0:-  -..������'' '.-.To gU^h1.br*Hb^ :'-;v.y-;- /:'\ ���S��Kv:^-'S:^y  .- -.--And erowo'.-b'lm, Wittt..:.k'I*i^i^-;csi-atVy**Igrtttv-'c/;;"���,-,;,:,7y--'-;-':: "/y:;- :.";-'  Tlwvwwrtd never kiics-w  ;!.:':;    ':yy:'-;;/^:'V/;Ji;^;;;-  .. ;A';an��narch -more .true, .��� ;������    /���;;.;;' ��� ������;/ /;:���;';-:.'.,;;':'/;        ;;:���>;,/ ���  '���' '' ''More-1��>yfd.-0*ai.* ���he-'"at- ?t*-.y mid*tv- ������;-;'��� ������'v;/4,./ '������'-.'.; ��� /���>;������/���'  ���- -, Thtvllght-.in-the>klWy ���"  Tunie.*i.h1fte-k.t6'Hiv-i?v'^ .- '��� '"-���'"���  WJH'i! .Ui*- khij?' of my '��*i��plrt* dhnt. ������'/���  ��� TtHfiruiuftUvlW drum ,  ' -W'h*fu .In triumph-'yoii wmu* ; y  ,��� Your vyarrlnrVj< r*?qulenj;.#tin^;.'. .  t'-neovij-r the hfiid"-  .-   And bow to the'ihmd, ...  ForPrlviitv- Malioue wtm ti'kt'ti;g. ;     ���'���'/'-^'"'y',;,';.  The man}' friends of ;Mr.''G> '.Fmuk Beer,forf:somey  what disappointed that','Her Majesty ..should- b?tvc  overlooked him "in her bestowal of birthdayvhouors.y ;  ��� ��� ��� v1 ������������'.���/������������"���������p;o*":  *A����A*9Wf*����i��A����*  4>^^jriOWw^LWtfW��t(a(ta<TB��   **t��ttM*"tf*W  \V. l\-Tien!ey-& Co's ��� piuip, eight*;mi!es;!;wcst.jd  the citv,'has got down to bard ��� work taking out.rock  for the retaining walls'to be constructed . by tUe ���L.tm-  adian Pacific .Railway. -.r-'  I.  if  fjs^"'- -Wft *" ���������^r"  IE,    - 1  \ I  ttt V"-Tf ff" '^m���' "t����w���ap-*��i��y^'^ ��wTv^��Ti>n-iog*tP<gc*v^rw ii ���^.y*wn<��f-r ���^i^'!w>��rn*T<��rir-'��w��*tfi��vi"'^����n��o��K  ^  T ���*       *���   ���'  ���ni n  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  FROM THE CAPITAL  Victoria, May 21, 1900.  I*;iiticn!< meeting called by  iht   anti-Martin  Lj^mN last week was harmonious and   resulted  in  ���:, - r-jforHatfon of the Big Four, viy.:'Messrs. Turner,  ��� .-'yy iccn, McPhiHips and HalL    It  was   nearly   9  ;,. -k he foil* the meeting opened* because, it is al-  ' , ���*;, ^onnr unscrupulous" emissary of J*x? Martin cut  ������.����*;<���-uicwirci and the lull was in   darkness  until  :;<���-.-'; -r,\ was made,    Some of the prominent  anti*  .;,t:iicj LU*eraW were of opinion and sincerely wished  ���' ���: Mr. Md'hillios would not recede from   his atti-  - ,-\*' .i- a partydtng Cnu>ervaitve, and were placed in  ���y ^\'a<hi ai l>ctn-g,,ct>m|x*lled"to endorse the Oppo-  -:���: ������/. tfkrt by reason of  Mr.   MePhillips consenting  - .-. pivd^c which was asked of him. This meeting  11 uw effect of cutting thegroymd from under iha  -\<��: cvitain |H/Iiucal aspirant*''who were anxious to  ..-'1JH' H��iU an ami-Martin Liberal ticket, and also had  ���-.'��� '-"feci oi ensuring the election of the  four opposi-  , *:i eandidaies in ibis ctty  ���* * 9  M��r��m��W**rfe )���*���*,*���  M,��:tmi*>m. i> ma increasing in' favor on  the Coast,  .'.:,���.���:.ijS' the !*u��mier'a��ydoubtful candidates   or con-  *:; :<:ni:ic*->. he canno:, on Vancouver   Island, succeed  . : :i,tvsn-/, more than three followers at   a  very   eon-  :v,iUw   vsiinuiiw    A   gentleman who  has just re-  .'.::"A--i fji*nt .40,extended trip  through the provincial  '.! t::dauds,jv*h that Mr. Martin may succeed  in   hav-  .-... !-.nr follower* in that portion ufthe Province, but  ' :���> very tunihllvL  �� si,   .. J<~j     J*  i 4  v*.', Icu^laior.. Hon. Joseph Martin is a  complete  ���,.:,���:.���     Aithtmi'k he is not a prohibitionist by any  :*-, .j*.-. *.ts��b by his bungling legislation, he has to all  :���.;:*".k and mmn^es: dcnie away' with ail liquor  ��� v e��-^ oitiMdc of incorporated cities. He repealed  '���-- Uqu��<r License Act in so far as ii affected rural  ������.:-',inns and passed an act winch in his wisdom he  ':."Ui:bt w.uthl be nV'tc acceptable ton certain class  "��������� wh<^ influence he was catering, aud which any  ������a.c; ..; common .sense ought to know would bo dis-  ������ l-'*M'd by the iKmiinum Uoverumcnt. As the mnt-  '���: '.���...* >unds. there is no authority to issue liquor  ������ - ;v- in una! districts, but this d.>es nM deter Mr  "Martm.ir.om demanding- that hotel keepers in these  ������������.i-ti.ivi.-H' shall pay- riur increased .license tee which was  3/! -v Hied' by ,'t he/disallowed 'act; although the Government, has-no* right or 'authority to issue a license at  anv 'price On ihe"onehand, .' Messrs,- Vales aiid.  Mauiii arc endeavoring to secure the.-liquor vote lor the  Martin ticket here by promises that 'this matter shall  U-adjusted todheir satisfaction, "while on; .the other  hand, Messrs. IBrowU .' and .Beckwith, who are ootn  iHuperattctt- workers, are; soliciting support, tor the,  same ticket on the plea that Mr, Shirt-A is opposed to  ibe liquor interests and is in favor ot prohibition-  Hut few outside the most .-intimate", friends /of Mr.  Samuel Perry Mills, or more   respectlully speaking,  Lord Baltimore of Metchosin, are aware that this  gentleman is endowed with a divine gift which but  tew have ever had bestowed upon them, that is, he is  a natural-born poet. It is inspiration with him, and  as a matter of fact, it is with great difficulty that he  can write at all without invoking the Muse. Not  only is Mr. Mills a poet, but he is a classical scholar  with but few equals, and while he is always averse to  displaying his superior education, still there are times  when a Latin or Greek phrase better describes the  point under discussion, and then only does he resort  to the classics. As a matter of fact, Lord Baltimore  can speak as eloquently in Latin or Greek as he can  in Knglish. 0       '  1  The Martinites were in the majority at the meeting  of the Liberal Association for the election of officers,  and as a result the officers, are all Martinites. The  Liberals arc all disgusted with the underhand work  of the Martin clique, and it will require considerable  diplomacy to cement together at any future time the  two factions.  i 1 *  The president-elect, Mr. W: J. Hanna, was at one  time an agriculturalist. While Mr. Hanna cultivated  alfalfa in the vicinity of Gronnick Swamp he was respected by the community, but the time arrived when-  he concluded that he was hiding his light under a  bushel in remaining in a small place, and betook himself to the city, where he took a course in a "stiffo-  logiear college. For some years he has pursued  his business as "undertaker and contractor to Her  Majesty" with some degree of success. Latterlyf  however, this gentleman has been making himself obnoxious by endeavoring to force Martinism on an enlightened public, with the result that he is now looked  upon with disgust, by both Liberals aud Conservatives. It may be, however, that Mr. Hanna is a  shrewder business man than many imagine, and that  he will have the contract for the burial of the whole  Martin parry after the 9th of June.  A claim made one Alphonse Roy, which he alleged to have against the Government for work in  connection with the erection of the Parliament Build-  Ino< has recently been settled. This claim, it is  said' was disallowed by both the Turner and Semlin  adimmstrations, but the Martin Government, which  iV,n carefully guarding the interests oi the people,  has arranged the same. The question naturally  ���arise*" vvh'v did both the Turner and Semlin Governments refuse to recognize the claim if it was valid,  ������*nd whv did the Martin Government on the eve ol  an election liquidate the same ? Roy now proclaims  tkt he is a staunch supporter of Joseph Martin.  One of the features of the 24th of May celebration  this vear, will be  the  grand  parade,   which  is ��� expected to be three or four miles long.    All the frater<  nal societies are endeavoring to outdb one another^  to numbers and display.  yvs  1"  o  ,    0 4* J  U   '  .1.1  Fit*  r ,w -,i  ,,��j  .*  S WttW0!$IM^^m  ; y/l?l^;lilSii^^  ;;rf;IJpiiisM  i/;j:;/yl;SiilS^i  ,,.v,:,v.v,i��iiiif  / y y ;/i :/y y||i||^^;  Qy^t^y^'tMiiSSM^pA  ttiyt^ttittt^ttjttSijtSi  - ���-������;���' ~sffit'..':"',? ^y'yi^s  ii vity/yi/i*y?isf!i"ij  yyiri^sy/yyg^ilp  ;^y y; yyy >f||ll|||:  jjmm  ���:.:���:. ���.���".-��'ASj!!<Ba��B^.  '���'!(':?!-  ;^i|pia  ^^v-]M^J��i��ftrti��W)wa(CTftl S"  THfi:;:NELSON;;EGQNG'MiST'  CURRENT COMMENT  ^ .���.,;..' ' ;���:��� 'Mr*;Curtis* Sneer,  :/./;.:/'/,.;;''./;;:���//./.���/-;;/���//;/.Borland/Record*"i-y.vy'';fl.*."-'-;;���������'���'^^vv/--'  ���:, yOne^ wbic.h:.;;Hotr, '.Smith y1 ���.Curtis  ���- .attempted;'/to/; lOpke in JHis"'Jsj3i��clr;on*v-;.;ilouday";- iit^iit.  ,\vas;that'dnvestmen'ts ;of;;.En  ���'Jnstari'^  ��� been '^'-gorxl'/ar -/.he ��� would' have:���gone: '���-th^re -..- '-again' .tor/  vvfuxthe^  '������kri'ow^  '-���Curfe  ; offer.:/;; t:TM{ ;geutlemen: w/hose; votc$hM';^  /diligently;are;;marvy' ;of;;tliemn  ':-'mine':"and/-bave;/;probab^  'whether; -it-is a';'gc^;^tVv��&iraen.ti ^Tbev--know ' wh'e-  :;ther^.th-^Jpsie^  d>egio''ning:;'Shtp^^  '1ia;ve,y>en;;;wbat;'i  ':;enay; y hit ve'/; to;;|b;o w  ymin^y;;^^  ���;the/;<tesim  Jentfo:;iffi^  :th^fere:';judj^  ;iteI;;,i:/,/B:Ut^-W  ;diouS;;;'min!ster;/of/^min :������  ..te'cuni^  /;.;;bas:'.^  ./;';fro^  /'.'irito'tbe.^  ���;-;*to:-:,'dig:;.mit^  /, a'tmb^  ./';its'|Owuers;1.Hiy :machiu  ;;,/pay: ore euouglr,to" j ii-^tf f>^ t t h iy. ;isxi>e n^l I f i rii -:'.-; V-: t f: "?t.h ey' ��� ���  *.;w-erc;, ^  ^yiheyloo^  /ierl/ywhi^  .''nmne-ol^^  *''-:.��ife^  ./:;t^tr:;/engiig<?cl/,in' t.be^de of";miii^  ;'; not :pros,|M:cts,-of;-tl:m:-'Soiig::<!mw^dyw^il^;T&^-k^rd"���  //'willy;^^  ;:v/{orv;.t^  .'/Br^^  ���'#tt$y;:':'#i$-^  //wbotel^^^  ,:-.;M'e:-:/j>mWf^  '/,:suc^d;/.'M  /;stf-vlcin^^  ;;. Will; ; get;,.'.''It .^tet-VeCliB^ t  ; their/la^  ;r1>tek''/ip^;te  ;...: brbke:; o.ttiv; tlity io yestiir. fmyytm^MB ":  ; .grip ^;<:m;; bl^  .��� nubia tatties.'������.':-'-���    .       '<: ���,-;��� ^������^0fK^$^M-'^-^V<::-'-"..;;'���,  1 v ,&-'in]if;;.y-j'y^;.t,'i.i.-,-'./-  y-f^:r--:A&H<:>;&jt:.Ar^  36 Baker Street  ���will m<mmmmm'mwaim*mm*3i>mmMa*mu  MBanMMnMBWWHHRaMMMgMRMH  MteiOM  mmmmsmummmmi  mmetm  ^���ii.iiaii��.-imiiiiiniii���mMiw iHOTwtMWWKWMfl^WM  KM  mm  Annual Spring Sale  ^���-d.li.,.f��;Ln1��l..i. if-prflnintaiilmi'  w nhmHiwMtwaniw  W*��*"*'lt^*^��WWfM��i^^  House Furnishi  �����  ngsf  Sj     .L*��'��ICC'    W  petSvOi  lirtainsv  s, i^iiioieunis  ��  1  01 ���5  Now is the time for Sprin  replenishing; new for old.  reductions.-in this depart  House Cieaaing/anfi.  i will offer special  for the next 10 days,  ii.��'('iv.iin>u��iiriiiiinii��i'iiiii|H.iiiiw��iii'i��i>i>iii'ii)i"i""lf'  stry Carpet from  ussels* Carpet from  Axminster Carpet from  ish Wilton from  ain Carpet from  50c up  $1.20 up  <{>1.^5 up  .$1.50 up  60c up  Carpets sewed and laid free of  Floor. Oilcloth ft  Window' Shades  Curtain. "Poles ft  Lace Curtains ft  gs ' .an.  Prices.  [      .'J  jBS^BSSISgStfHVIft^  wm^^MWtfi^HMtaWWiWv^^ On Board the Princes;  \  T the last moment she came aboard and asked to  *    sCC the captain, who joined her shortly in the  **as-  -;i.  11  s.ii'*ni.    "What can I do for you ?" he inquired r  N'.nin^iy, seeing her embarrassment.  '1   want  your advice, captain,    1 am in  a  most  ���.i':<onvcniional   position.    The fact  is   I���well���my  ::r is  very ill on your boat.    How he happened to  >���  heic  I  did not know, and there was no* time to  i*utk so   I came to take care of hira until  he is  Then ���well, of course, then we shall be raar-  ;��,<-d.'*   Aud she rose, blushing, incoherent, evidently  ~ cr;Urd and nervous. ���  Tlune was  a   p.ttH��   while the captain  tilted  his  ��� ;,;��� Mvcr one car the belter to scratch his h  .d.  "\ guess Barwood is the man you mean.    He took  ;��� jvago for Cook 's inlet.    Going to change at Sitka  * ���; the Dora.    Yes; he's real sick with fever, but" ���  '* r,- captain   palled, evidently at  a loss,  and she  ��� -tinned ajKdogetic*a!!y ;  "It   is all an -odd proceeding, 1 know, but��� Oh   1  ���nld   not   Ic!  him.go S'* far alone when he  was ilk  have baeu engaged for some time, and 1 was to  m   him  at Seattle, but was taken suddenly  ill.    I  tv��*  no near relatives to know create whnt becomes  nu\JI��� and her itt>v,nh curled in a   weary smile--  ��� ��� I imiuc as sows -is I was able to travel, lie failed  nuret sue, as; I expected* and at the list moment  :-'?���.- the Princes saite<U learned that lie was here  M lib I have come to take care of him. He needs  >��� " Ami the sudden, dignity was pathetic.  Tin: capuist locked uncomfortable ami blurted out:  ' JUu   he  dou'i nt%i\ vou.    He is well  taken  care  S'nv  saw  no  hidden  meaning in   his  words, hut  '��� Mrned to >ay :  "T mh>\\   me.    I am certain you are careful of  the  'ni^n  ��>;  your p.iSiCigets but 1 mean a  woman's  ���^tant care nud nursing/' and a fond look shone in  : <*vr*4 under which fatigue had dra*n dark circles  '.'���n the captain had done with temporizing:  "There js a woman with him now,"  'A hh b.��th hands gripping her breast as though his  ^ earned a burl she said vaguely:  thought    he    was alone.    !>o   you    know  -*'1' vhe is ?.'���/ , '���������'���*.  "1    ain't '���much .���'���acquainted  with ���'either .-of / *em;.;y  :��Jv   I   know'' -she'is a.hospital nurse and. .seems to ���.  've taken care of him during a'spell of fever he  had  me weeks avo*'��� '' '���; -���'������:���'  O*    ' ... ��� u  y -  ;' A h' '-���she: i'siterruptecb. "he'' lias '.'been ill;;' that  ;i- wiry he never ..wrote.*'. . ���.*���/.  ': Mel.ibu. so/'! thecaptain admitted/,." Any how... he  taken down with; a relapse the day before yester-  ������lV. when    he  en me'-aboard.    He sent. for. her -at  ;hv,.savin as how she'd nursed him all through the  :;'M hunt of the lever and he wanted her ag'in.    She  Al"v fight away and���well she's been here with him  ���'Vrr since," ��� . ���  A relieved expression crossed the girPs ,l.*ce.  k ^lu* is a professional nurse, no doubt.  ���;<���1 ���  j....  ( )  '��� .{s  We shall  not interfere with each other.    Perhaps he will want  me too," and she smiled with rosy assurance.    The  captain's dubious shake of the   head was effected  while she gathered her parcels and handbag.  "Before I go to my stateroom may I see him?"  The captain led the way and knocked at a closed  door  It was quickly opened, and a fair, slight woman  in checked  gingham, with blond  hair tucked into a  nurse's cap. came out.  "Mr Barwood   is asleep," she said in  a whisper,  "and  must  not be disturbed."    She looked inquiringly at the captain who pulled at his whiskers with  one hand and jerked the other toward his companion.  "This young lady wants to see Mr. Barwood."  "But    I   have   his  physician's orders to   admit  nobody." the nurse said coldly, still blocking the  door,   the visitor shrank back timidly, but* the captain  with pit}* for both softening his voice, insisted.  "Well, I guess he'll have to suspend'rules in favor of  this young lady���Mr. Barwood's wife that is to be."  It was the nurse's turn to blanche and  shrink.  "Mr. Barwood is asleep now," she said weakly after  a heavy pause.    "I am going on deck for some fresh  air.   Will you come too?" ;f  There was so much more in the manner than words/  that the girl followed obediently  The captain excusjg  ed himself, and the two proceeded above  in  silence;;  By this time the steamer was well out in the sound,;  On the right towered the mountains���gloomy mountains of chaos, the grayness relieved only by theemer-  ald  of glaciers or the foamy veil of a cascade.   To;  the south the verge loomed distant, half hid by mists/  from the under world.    For ~a space the   women  stood motionless, cowed by the sense of nothingness;/  Then the nurse spoke.  "Excuse a seeming impertinence, but may I ask  what claim you have upon Mr. Barwood ?"  The. reply was cold with suppressed anger, "jy  may excuse it better when I know your right to  ask.'* But she'sank upon a coil of rope near, and  tlie proud head was bent when the answer came :  4*The right of his affianced wife, who has left all-  honor, friends, everything���to take care of him to love  him to���to marry hiin."  The nurse spoke with a low and passionate tremor.  The other toyed with the end of the rope, nor raised  her eyes while she spoke in a wooden tones.  "It is all odd, unreal, but it does not occur to me  to doubt you.    Stranger though you are, I amAsure  youarehoh^^  As for me, what shall I do?''. she ended in a whispered  sob to the sea, but the waters were busy with their  endless striving, and a screaming eagle mocked them  both. ���' . -,. ':;-'/::': .'':^..';A.';:;.':;:''y'';';y''  The nurse came softly and sat beside her. "You  have left all lor him, and so have .1, and* novv we  have both lost him.    We have only each other."  ' <>Thank you," said the newcomer simply.   .*;B.iit  it is only I who need!suffer, only I who am to blame.  If "*    h  '1  ���1  '*d  -yf  i  m  ' ���>  >*' i  lili  yyliffclf  ,'  ���;'-':W'  9.  [y'itl  i  \ AVFv^^fViZV.  i&awsstaas!  (I  . ^"l r ��� "S �� io  THE NBISON ECONOMIST  I should; not have^c^  '';;,note'of;extciiuatioud.n.her.v  thedeck, MbiU I see now tlm  .:';;the;ehd??';/'''���;  ;.;;';;;MBut:you;;.loye;bim.?r^;;!;'\f-;v;^^?iv';^';  /..'/Ayt'Spa^ ,;"y-'  .^^'^.'���TheAnupe^wen^r  :'';do:<^  ; for me::.'��� that��� he asked' itiC'XQ'be h is;wife ];io,. go:ito ���;.tbe;  ';;lands''o^'go'W  '^^free,;beiievlngthat! ;was ;dear ^ half- of  ;y:iife;;to,/me.';;;B'ut";,n  ;'still'.love';\>bixi"''iahd!>^-'--v^?/:;, ���''''i^^.^-;Xl.y^''.y'--^-,-:  /��� :': ������*:I^et' 'u'h rscc**'* *; .1H^ '6iii���?r. .iittj&rru'i^u^^.ttitd!*'--* iH'c' :';nu rse  .:.fof loWi tigf,' ���;-. iiib: ������ ���. Icjtl; - ihe/;. way ���:'��� ��� ��*9i^.' pawJaMed^ u ti|i i t';������ t ii jgy.;  stood1:'';:.aga in j.'af;^  ". v We will.;go i n * t *oge t. her; andthen^.^^iie.': said no'  "���more,:;:fbr ^���at.:;that.;mo  'bigh^qu^  ���/y^'Yes^I/am.^  'ciuav'ered|:but';:witbA.^e were  AVflterVii^  m'khi^  TOomV';;.;They iiligivied'ait^  IVn^'.'t^l.'l   \        .".���V*>t��'-��H��(J��r��pWT ���������*���'���' fUJin'M'-"'  JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS  F!n�� Watches *  Specialty  NtS0N.BC.  W HOLES A LE : AH f>y RET A1L  ' ��� *ir*, v,***/*. iw.. .>��� af^'ir. ��**V?  ���iJwWOf^ii fri - t"^-i\i:  IdfRTiriCATrOF IliP'ROyKllilltTS.  J  *  M  m;i:  fftSr}  '���:������ '. *A.rmlft': 'M'flly-'.'-'M.tnttmt: ���.:'Gklm .��� <..*:U'.��at#'' tn  ' vib�� '.X��!*6ivMtnlii'g-'.01 vision'of 'W<**i Ko^iftnay'  :-..-;Di*tri��fti ������ .,-���������..���'';������- ��� ��� ���/..,:���;.'��� "-".'������ ;-v-r-'i  <>. AV hero ::t oca t&l:, ..'On.yortjrtOnfc Cr^k^ami  ;; J��:the ��K��iit.h(ern exUs.tM*o:n of*.- ibe* ''rMnj^iif?**  *'.M-titijnil CbUfj'i, ''��� ."'..���'���������'' ���"'"/..  ���;: ������ ������* ..������TAk^-tt^ti'op.-'.-tl-mt-i, 4<a*t(V MeJ^rletife ��� ��� I&L3;  ��� /��� of.,: ih<*; ,cuvy: at; X^Ijwmv *i���tl%:#*. ��� mjt��t> ���.'&*?:.  -".gnomon*J&mi����:-Kjtee-Miner"* (^rUflcsa*?..-K*v  " B IJ^ny' and������'William- 0., ftabfi-uwn* ,Fr*��  ���������::,.MIner*��- 'CerOfeit*? * .No.' B.. 2?S.��*%��* IntWMl.  ^ /#bay d��*y��'. from' Uii?. ��� tJa'U? ��� hxrmi* to ftp'pty  .''U>';tiie;.-'Ml&iw'iflt<*^-rd'ier ft*r '#.��� cfertuimi^ of  ��� -impmveme.i*tt��.;'itir OiC .^*u.rjK*Nrof ��ib��islii|i^.  '��� a Crown -Or��.**ii'Of*i!>^-iib<��vc?.��:<AJtn/   y.';  ���������.-.. Ami fuTtber t��lc�� .ooU^'ltrnt. iic.U*;��j>. qfNl^r  ��� ite<it'?o�� '37. t*fnu��l-ytw-. minmviwvii,:l*Mmt>: 'iht  t i.*Miuaiicifii! irjf-����in?.h--fet��'rth1cttt**��fJmpn>v^mf>i*tf*..'  ��� ������- )'Mt���HEt; thi��- "tii'nih '��t��y of ���M.'rt.y^.A.. !>..* !����>,''.  . ���,   jpfiN '^ci,AtCiH.E. ;;  H  t  MBA^ OFFICE r:Ndt^^^  :>v:;rv;;^-V';7T/:'-ii^i^  TKM,llll!*OtKS'  .K05SI*  >;. SA^OOH  ^.t^WI..  ���MMt;-ci:  ;MoK^;aw  a  ��� yyjHm you buy  ������,  s  0*Kell&  orris*  you ji'-l what jFir<y p��r<'. Hrlti*'���!���{ t\>-  Itunhi'A fmU and Nn^iir, and y^ur  iikuk'V H left at hurnc.  are absolute^ the  Stoves and Ranges  'Do "not I forget' '.'we* have the  Ikst��� Stock' i n the K. oolenyi y.,  'Also a'full,'line of  ^'.'������.  helf and Heavy Hardware  ;���/'���.'���. We* invite'.. a'_;.     .    ;'.���.'���.;  ������cp'|b pa rison vof pr ice^*  js^  ^  BttiHIv'l^jjf^  Xv  ��� 4   U>,#.:&*i!lri  X '������'������       ���������������I  "��� '     i' '���  /  .*'���.-���?* ''���' '������     ���  ,��**���.  ������'���.  ncouver Hardware to  4^. &*���> '��tJ> .��v  ��:r-i:v -i^"'. &^'��� #.^.-  -&^  ^n;. ��������-. ���*.%"^&x .��*>������.'';fis?s. i^^':^^.'^^ #$>:; ^v'^^a'^x^5  :^^v.yvy ^^vA^;%,fr>^^:^^\^*.v''K'^^ :  P  r  &&���  Af  f.  'f  ^.  A new; chemical coin|k>jMion* flux,- the oidy; Idw-,  priced inn' highcs-t-gra'de-atloy-. ������'Superior; to. pho-s-.*  phorus tin' and'alumituu.h.- l>rotr?,c. If: they game-s^.  worth, the* f>owdcr, send .'for' .our .new/' eutvand a  sample keg of i<x>' povauls-'for. .trial.. "^cnt/-tOy.any  responsible;;bras.H foundry...  i  Agent��, HowArd St*tton�� St, towis, (Ho,  LKNKrK .r V riA.t Hor��kH'��..J>tirHiia*>, ,5Ii.**k . Kxcbwiv^ A����tU.M for .Mj*xb^. .   ���  NATfONAr. O.UK  'ANO.  !'tKt.��l/f:riO.N CO,! iHtfsMMo, *M>x.i  MHtHif��c-MM��. i-  k'  f  ^S^^^^^^^V^^^  V--SJ  I  ��� W    .   s  ?      "J  p. I  i*       r��  hi uwiuuwjw imw  M**cn#M<H3X**&9  MW)pW-tr^srr,n: THE NELSON ECONOMIST  II  the door,'':-11&,^t^ ���':t:he/;goblet.  Xju; Vvater..dripped:fe  out' u'iih.one;bdhy^  ������;������.."��� Margaret?;-" Look tli<Sr^'!:-v--.\V.tic>-:;-ii'.'it?^^-,VF.Tbe^'-iiga'-i-ic  V;:mk ' j,i:H.a;'a.xliiiir,:aut;b  ��� irll'Tuck. bo- hi^'pHl^ relief--*- *Thank  .,������<*��� ,.{' ?'��� *'.���'���.   .'���'������'���'��� ������'���'. y' .-.'���"',/ :'y-t: y. V'V ;yy, .;.���-������- -';:;'���������������'���/', yyy;.'.. ���.���'^-���������'' .���������; yy- ;,/  <..��>: H'..l .... ,!.., . ',.,���'.,  i., '..^ ���"'������'y;'": .���;:���*��� .'������'������. -yy yyv    ���; ;���   *" y .'"* ���'���'.'���������,''"  ' \/n'i;u. fd^ht;^  ���������'hru' hi*, bedside* '���;.*,;���--:* rMii'i^'aret;** * v. hei wolu Jil :gaJSjp^:" *.'*$eu<i  y/f" don't; know'V-yon^  A.V.hvn yotiy'ra^  '���*,vhoird':'hc^r^  . ,/"r:k' .'and; jif ir^r^ ^.still,r*;Mar-  . / ioi emm^ I;':dld ;p^^  .ln?r.oncc,:*bt)^  <���'�� v yt: t bi'h'i,: ;i tke;#;i,t^ .;Mpt *y  w-v-b-jf  titf/f^  ;in>!' y^tou^  '^y^,np^^  dry., :-Wid��^;��^  .v-mmi'^4^^  ami *hmt*.:;v'''\^  ; ������ !.o��� 'it: .'da  not need my help now," she said to Margaret.   <fHe  is out of danger,   He w  j>e happy;"    Then she made her^^  Hps smile.    -'Aiid when^some time^let  he was mistaken^^^ T  yet.   The 'ghost1 must trouble hitii>no more,!' r  At Sitka, btith�� site of old Baranoff castle, there is;  a high knoll oyerlooking the sea/ /One evening/at  sunset a woman stood there- and watched a small hoa^  put out froni sfe  Cobk'^  The man seeraedleanin^  shoulder of the vwbmaii in nurse's garb;  B  thesujhacopp^  a'll.^':''the/;;;;. western;/  ;roir.i;ibehlnd>;ihe/^  ano^th#lonely^^  t&at?^  to.''g6.'^  the/:su^  his present labors iu/i^^  THE HAtt SIREif 680CER  r���^j^!ji^Ww.'V*w^Wfnfl^���  i;ai ni 1 y ��� G'rocerits-::-;���; ���":';,:;;;/-;������';:/'^ ;.;,���;;  '' /Every;yfct ne^r^h.  E x press a n$��Drayiflg;  Mines  Baker Street,  5?liS^  f ':'-;' ,��� ::-rla:-'--\-:]:,:i'rill'lfiif  WWmM  <������'��������������� >:-::;?r--:::$-W&  ��� ���..' .     ���       '-V''       'V": ���'^���������'i"  ��� ,i:.',    ���''��� ;' ��� ��� ':''r.���' "'"'��� > ���'< ''','��� ������ :'\'%  .'''7'-;    ���".''   -.'J-''1    .' .V -I'*!-'',"'*''*-V ?J*' t^H'ti#''  K;PiMi|f  ii  ;.i.::..-.',-r,*.A^  ...Over...  Bank of Uabfax  Nelson i*:'B.;C.  ttt^0tttt^m0g0:  t':t'tttyjt��:i'2'W��$$Mw  ^yy'.;?' 2yy00Mt$0$$  :S/;/:3fi;iSllif  yM: wy$M00��  :;;.;::;;:y,y:yy.:y;;yy^lgi|||:  ::i;;;;;l/i;||||||J  ::;::':i:^/:;;:lS'-y;;!';liiS!  ;/'C':>/';'/:/:,//:yy:;;s|fti  //;;;yy'y||Il|ii^i  ...... -jv.-.��liiik-,  ���'::.n'K:--..^.\v.;i;:v;:;sf!.-ac��l|  M;it V JV.i  :��'A  ni J, W,*-C*>W��'M.. Wifc ?w*���� ^rviwhtScl. t��-}  k uif*i�� ir.��f Av*-��fk * ii'iv-MU* Uft*?.' ?o*��l #*��tUil t  I*   M����Artbu>. "k. ��'\*i.V-jtiot^..'nortbwt^t 1 .  'H^k^r-iuidW'sirxS sirwS��>, will ^*v1y��v; '  GO  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor  UlSiQRl  CLUB HOTEL   .    /  Oorwer Stan lev. and Silica SW.  l�� Sg?e  ���       ���       ���  Gentl-ti.meri'ft  tne IkuitJ  |.RATBSJ $'i. P��r ^ and IIJ>*   , ^ '    ��� ^-  ) 5chooner Beer, io cem��  4 ��      ^ ���  Vancouver and  .i.Netti'..;  Fluiir Hot^i  in prices of  ���AT���  -"*:��.;���  ���^::y��ip  t^^-.-jjji;ggmi!.'3!Sg!ia��gateWji?^ HE ELECTORS OF NELSON RIDINC  ��� ���^Miti'i j-.;:.^ ������.������.ir -/������  to;  ;:./''.;/;;;^  "y��IV:-^  ,;'. state' !PF;.views*f>ri/:<i��e^ti  ;::;*';i>royine-e;'of;;Onta?d.p',i*p  ..'���; oppoujmt^  ;;; $#��3^^  : ������' ;b^Mahi^  ' ':^$*%^  ;,/B^vaK  -; chelate/^^  ',;one.;biywbieb,;  s;;iat{o��-;afl^'t  -/laen,:^  y:&>r'^  ;;;^be ;a^emblys.^:;^  /-wiliyStto^^^  y/pro^  ^;;;./:.;;;;//;y;y;;te  ;y$bip/&h0^  ;;;p��;/J:e^i^  yy;:::;:|/;:3lK^  ;,y^;t^^  .-settieicbfii;^  ttWJ-:^  ;;;bv'/^  ���/obfeps^  /,BH'03iei[Mitip*;|h  ';K;��V/^;^^  .;:/*ud;;fcl^  y;;;/.v;'..;;>  ./pfcibti^  v,aged;.;;;bntr/in/'maki.og.a    -shonld^te^  ;,tioh::;.wou'ld". be.ioet,; .;"/;���, '.'���'"/,;'; y'-y-jv :     ":.^ ���:.'y; /y'- ::v/;S'/;;:^;v.;/y/;'y .������."';:V.vC'x.;^  ;-,:;;. ^ ���'../��� ^  /i:n^ht of tli.e employtiie  ;��(;:;,:^  ;now:genemJl^-:accepte4 . as. Ic^  .re^)eM;:t^  ..,;^/>y:'y,.% l**gfebUb>h^  /rei<duttcmr tb^dBaHoion..fiou^  . wages ��� on ��� ������ pit bite "wor k$ :or work* ��� aider I:..- by-.. g<i verii ii.ieh.fc *h�� bald l'e�� <'. A ft #iitriwii : xloWg^^^ -oi:t Her;:,;  ;thcjjrov^  ^ii.uhioipa^  all jsneh. work to-be fixed by' ^tainte.  '. V'.:.;:, 8.. * Courts ;liare\ .been. e-tabJi^hed. in u-bieh ibdrvjdbi*!'.* .and, corfiomijoiir^  dispute*,Turnover -trivial, ."d inputs  thatSeldom'.'have mfy-'bearing ������ on'-the' gg?H*tiU;;pn^  comumruty   in   which ���. tM :d'j*putant* -r^ide-; tmd court* should . W^tiibibbed "Tor';Um' ������ cornpnbory:  .Kettlemehtof depute* h4d-wf��ft!vtJit��;repri��eii'.tiit|v^ of eapirafand: JitboK"rj-Upnt^^ ���������ilirt-t'-i<K����� ofteii '�������*����� -.:fnr-.  reaching in tJmir damaging effects on the general protfperit-y -of w'hota^o'imtiiutlti^  "���. 9. Mining for thejneciou* me*alw in the chh- indtiMtrywhich U benefiting, 'directly "'.of indirectly,  every connminity in the .province, and legislation affecting -ihe induct.ry, in the*wf*y of.tiixation,should he  based on the tr.eatnfch.t-and manufacture within tin* province njp \\u* product of themine*, rather than on  the output of the mine* a* at present. ���   ' ��� '-.'���.',  _ IP.    The  cstabli^lHncnt  of  a   bur cany with Jumdrpiarter*  m JIHtbh   Columbia and   not in  <beai  Britain, to ..systematically advertise all the natural reMffirc**.*md weenie attraction** of ihe urovinre.  ;gtfiot,ea; 'ip,-  ���M ,/K*etiO!i:  r*:.--l^iiiij^!l..'i*'''  ho.; nmnbtsr of bowif ;to:.tof&iltbii|Jtday oft  pi  11. Organized  rnuuicipalitie^ Hhould be given   the control  of their public jwlioo-k having   to th��  ovince  the  aim   of public . scrho(��Ks in   unorganiwd  district*  and   the  nmititi<mujre of  normal   ami  technical kcIiooLs.. ;  12, Trunk roads and trails should' b��*  lault and inaintiutHHi at  public exiHm^s uih! tho cost -of  roadH aud-.trailH to isolated niinoB and cornniunitieH nhotdd .bo borru^ in part by the provtmv.  ^     VI    General   hospiuls  should   bo 'under  government  control, ��n��!   tlu* g��neniment should help  luanitain phyHiciauH in;��par.��ely fettled HectionB of tin* province,  14, The government in power Hhoulci.-mnko official announcemen!. far a reasonable ttiat; before tin*  legislative assembly meets, of aUjm>po��wi leginlation. Were thin done there would bo fmvor hastily  passed laws, Jhwh which are too often againnt the public iutenwt.  All of which in rcspectftiliv Bubmitted for votir eoii^ifleration  ���Nelson, April 28th, 1900. '���  c  i ma  mamm  i&py'$'2'��:\  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  13  : Xi'.-Fti-'tf- Wj->iH  ^W^-'wXkWI'W1;*" '.'������': M-Vt'.lM'il*  ^���^.(^���luiiUswhK.kiiiWflji,,,  To the Electors :/et the  ^  of the West Kb^tiitay Electoral bis^  ;. trict: /y.:/Jyg-^:^^S^K'^^;i^:;^;i:;^v;-^V  be; iioiflinee of the Conservative  ytttytytjs-MB.  t:tK:;tt:t0-0vjm  tyt;t;-0jlm  >y:y'yyy^pj  ^?.^i*;1J!^l|  >:':;;;s;si*lpiii^w  &$t  Gusti  party-' ,1 l>��f y;t^  l.dlve'AwmM^  ���:, .T he- ,: li me':.;, has'; ;;lrriyi��|; 'wlie trolly' pi| rties;; are; :fii.l ly  welrare;;;of ro��r''^'ProT  .dive to t.. .   . ..      ..... r  Icmabd^  tf&M&l  '.:'.?:'.VS!.ai}W(l  vi nee  '..iamiuistrMiw ^  m pj>c*tl" to /other 'isfM;M^^  :-i iiK.iividoiil/fKr.;M    :_,,,..,,_^^^  e��nsicScr/:|t;;^  .vJ*foviti��M^  of the Province first,^  ^11 good legislation wi^  ^  In asking you for ybursup^p^  ^opposed/te  ticularly with res^  to jeopardize business inters  for instince, twice t^  .ISxciusipn'r;^  time seekiijg to re^  sidefablc; mischief and''da:mage;/'I:;/::':''^  tb;.ahy;cha^  :;/'/Sh;brter;hours:;^  ............,.v,^.^^  irig;.with;:;the;;geu;eral^  ';;'/; ;I;wo.ut^  jmen'fof^'the';Metalliferous^  ��� ������v}.',i.\.">r... yy::y;''^K^fs.tt'i'($:^:>tiiv9^bii'^"'~  ...'��������� ��� ���,. ������:'>-i-;,-"i,i^.;-'-'.ft..^Msm  ;'���:>: .'' 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